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Midhowe Broch, Rousay, Orkney Islands
Midhowe Broch, an iron-age broch, sited on a narrow promontory between two steep-sided creeks, north side of Eynhallow Sound, Rousay, Orkney Islands, Scotland
The Ring Of Brodgar, A Neolithic Henge And Stone Circle In Orkney, On A Small Isthmus Between The Lochs Of Stenness And Harray, Orkney Islands, Scotland
The Ring of Brodgar (or Brogar), a Neolithic henge and stone circle in Orkney, The ring of stones stands on a small isthmus between the Lochs of Stenness and Harray, Orkney Islands, Scotland
Maeshowe, A Neolithic Chambered Cairn And Passage Grave On Mainland Orkney
Maeshowe (or Maes Howe), a Neolithic chambered cairn and passage grave on mainland Orkney, Orkney Islands, Scotland
Barnhouse Neolithic Settlement, Sited By The South Shore Of Harray Loch, Orkney, Scotland
Barnhouse Neolithic Settlement, Orkney, Scotland
Callanish Stone Circle, Callanish, West Coast Of The Isle Of Lewis,, Outer Hebrides
Callanish stone circle, Callanish, west coast of the isle of Lewis,, Outer Hebrides, West Coast Scotland
Standing Stones Of Stenness, An Neolithic Monument On The Mainland Orkney
Standing Stones of Stenness, an Neolithic monument on the mainland of Orkney, Orkney Islands, Scotland
Skara Brae, A Large Stone-built Neolithic Settlement, On The Bay Of Skaill, West Coast Of Mainland Orkney, Scotland
Skara Brae, a large stone-built Neolithic settlement, on the Bay of Skaill, west coast of mainland Orkney, Orkney Islands, Scotland
St. Tredwell's Chapel, On A Small Peninsula In St Tredwell's Loch, Papay (or Papa Westray), Orkney Islands, Scotland
St. Tredwell's chapel, chapel and settlement mound, on a small peninsula in St Tredwell's Loch, Papay (or Papa Westray), Orkney Islands, Scotland. late medieval walls deliberately built over Iron Age remains
Tap O'Noth Hillfort, Aberdeenshire, Highlands
Tap o'Noth Hillfort, Aberdeenshire, Highlands, Scotland
Laws Hill Fort, Angus, Scotland
Laws Hill Fort, Angus, Scotland
Finavon Hill Fort, Vitrified Fort, Angus,  Scotland
Finavon Hill Fort, Vitrified Fort in Scotland in Angus
Eildon Hill, Hill Fort South Of Melrose, Borders, Scotland
Eildon Hill, hill fort south of Melrose, Borders, Scotland. Sometimes pluralised into -the Eildons- or -Eildon Hills-, because of its triple peak
Brown Caterthun, Stone Fort Or Dun, Angus, Scotland
Brown Caterthun, Stone Fort or Dun, Angus, Scotland
Barra Hill Fort, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Barra Hill fort, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Tap O'Noth Hillfort, Aberdeenshire, Highlands
Tap o'Noth Hillfort, Aberdeenshire, Highlands, Scotland
Standing Stones Of Stenness, An Neolithic Monument On The Mainland Orkney
Standing Stones of Stenness, an Neolithic monument on the mainland of Orkney, Orkney Islands, Scotland
The Ring Of Brodgar, A Neolithic Henge And Stone Circle In Orkney, On A Small Isthmus Between The Lochs Of Stenness And Harray, Orkney Islands, Scotland
The Ring of Brodgar (or Brogar), a Neolithic henge and stone circle in Orkney, The ring of stones stands on a small isthmus between the Lochs of Stenness and Harray, Orkney Islands, Scotland
The Ring Of Brodgar, A Neolithic Henge And Stone Circle In Orkney, On A Small Isthmus Between The Lochs Of Stenness And Harray, Orkney Islands, Scotland
The Ring of Brodgar (or Brogar), a Neolithic henge and stone circle in Orkney, The ring of stones stands on a small isthmus between the Lochs of Stenness and Harray, Orkney Islands, Scotland
Midhowe Broch, Rousay, Orkney Islands
Midhowe Broch, an iron-age broch, sited on a narrow promontory between two steep-sided creeks, north side of Eynhallow Sound, Rousay, Orkney Islands, Scotland
The Castles, An Iron Age Hill Fort, Sourhope, Scottish Borders
The Castles, an Iron Age hill fort and settlement, Sourhope, Scottish Borders
Maeshowe, A Neolithic Chambered Cairn And Passage Grave On Mainland Orkney
Maeshowe (or Maes Howe), a Neolithic chambered cairn and passage grave on mainland Orkney, Orkney Islands, Scotland
Broch Of Gurness, An Iron Age 'broch Village' On The Northwest Coast Of Mainland Orkney, Overlooking Eynhallow Sound, Orkney Islands, Scotland
Broch of Gurness, an Iron Age 'broch village' on the northwest coast of Mainland Orkney, overlooking Eynhallow Sound, Orkney Islands, Scotland
Broch Of Gurness, An Iron Age 'broch Village' On The Northwest Coast Of Mainland Orkney, Overlooking Eynhallow Sound, Orkney Islands, Scotland
Broch of Gurness, an Iron Age 'broch village' on the northwest coast of Mainland Orkney, overlooking Eynhallow Sound, Orkney Islands, Scotland
Broch Of Gurness, An Iron Age 'broch Village' On The Northwest Coast Of Mainland Orkney, Overlooking Eynhallow Sound, Orkney Islands, Scotland
Broch of Gurness, an Iron Age 'broch village' on the northwest coast of Mainland Orkney, overlooking Eynhallow Sound, Orkney Islands, Scotland
Burroughston Broch, An Iron Age Archaeological Site On The Island Of Shapinsay, Orkney,  Scotland
Burroughston Broch, an Iron Age archaeological site on the island of Shapinsay, Orkney Islands, Scotland
Broch Of Gurness, An Iron Age 'broch Village' On The Northwest Coast Of Mainland Orkney, Overlooking Eynhallow Sound, Orkney Islands, Scotland
Broch of Gurness, an Iron Age 'broch village' on the northwest coast of Mainland Orkney, overlooking Eynhallow Sound, Orkney Islands, Scotland
Callanish Stone Circle, Callanish, West Coast Of The Isle Of Lewis,, Outer Hebrides
Callanish stone circle, Callanish, west coast of the isle of Lewis,, Outer Hebrides, West Coast Scotland
Broch Of Mousa, The Tallest Still Standing Broch In The World, Island Of Mousa, Shetland Islands, Scotland
Broch of Mousa, the tallest still standing broch in the world, Island of Mousa, Shetland Islands, Scotland
Broch Of Mousa, The Tallest Still Standing Broch In The World, Island Of Mousa, Shetland Islands, Scotland
Broch of Mousa, the tallest still standing broch in the world, Island of Mousa, Shetland Islands, Scotland
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